08.05.2015 Hanks Meadow Shoreline Rocks

Hanks-Meadow-Rocks-080115-700WebJust having a little fun with rocks, vignettes and borders.

About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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12 Responses to 08.05.2015 Hanks Meadow Shoreline Rocks

  1. The word vignette meant originally ‘a little vine,’ so maybe some other time you’ll find a little vine growing around your subject that serves as a built-in vignette.


  2. tomwhelan says:

    I like this rocky abstract a lot. I can take or leave the vignette, but they are fun to do.


  3. Andrew says:

    Excellent in monochrome Steve. You should do these more often. Classic.

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  4. You’re rocking the vignettes, Steve, and as usual I like B&W or monochrome, if you prefer, to call it that. 🙂

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  5. shoreacres says:

    I’m really quite taken by the juxtaposition of the white and black rocks, surrounded by various shades of gray. Though quite different, both stand out — something worth pondering, perhaps.

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    • The bright white rock and dark black one in the lower left are what initially caught my eye as I walked the shoreline. But as I studied it I noticed the line of rocks leading to the other light rock and thought it helped balance the composition.
      We are always well-served noticing, contemplating and appreciating differences, eh?


  6. Dunno what it is exactly, but I love rocks. I also am partial to abstracts, so this is a winner for me on several different levels.

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    • I love ’em too, Melissa. I am looking forward to photographing the rocky shoreline at Acadia in a few months. There is so much of interest there but organizing it into a tight composition is something else. I am hoping for some nice sunrises to accompany them.

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